|Author:||Poppylena (Authenticated as poppylena)|
|Date:||August 14, 2008 at 12:42:18 AM|
|Reply to:||not what i'd call "traditional" by aquamarina|
I found it on a list of 'The Most Usual Christian Names of Men and Women' in the back of a English dictionary from 1796 so Gertrude was used before the 19th century here.
The full list:
Plus, the entry for Gertrude in this database says it was introduced into England in the 15th century and Shakespeare used it.
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Charles Augustus & Isabel Primrose
I bites the heads of little flowers.
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